Dodge-Transmission Trouble

Q. My 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 diesel with an automatic transmission has the same problems with overdrive as others I’ve read about in Trailer...

Drippy Dodge Again

I had a leak that was hard to detect in my Dodge. After much searching, it ended up being the thermostat-housing gasket. Since it...

RV Q&A: Lights Go Dim

Q: I have a toy-hauler trailer, and the more lights I turn on, the dimmer everything gets. I replaced the converter, but there was...

Snowplows, Springs and WD hitches

Q: One thing I had to consider when setting up a weight-distributing (WD) hitch was having high front spring rates on my trucks because...

Brake Troubles

Q: Two years ago, I replaced the entire backing plate braking system on all four wheels on our 2001 SunnyBrook fiver. I have one...

RV Tech Q&A: Tow-Rig Tire Pressure

My “Tire Pressures Being Equal?” question was answered in the November 2017 RV Clinic. I must have written you the wrong info. I wanted...

Older RV Purchase

Q. My family has been tent camping, graduating to trailers, and would like to try our hand at a small motorhome. Economics dictate a...

Atwood Water-Heater Overdrive

Q. My six-gallon Atwood water heater runs on either 120-volt AC electric or LP-gas. We generally leave it on the electric mode. The water...

Bearing maintenance and lift

We have a 2007 Keystone Montana with Dexter E-Z Lube axles that have approximately 40,000 miles on them. They’re greased with high-quality lubricant and...

RV Toilet Replacement

Q: I completely restored a 1969 Aristocrat Land Commander and now want to replace the portable toilet with a permanent toilet such as a...
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